FARMINGTON — Destination Homes released its newest exterior home design at a conference lunch held Saturday, July 11 at Spring Creek in Farmington.
The new exterior designs included stucco and rock displays, timber finishes, rock work designs and cement fiberboard siding.
“These are some of the newest designed homes we have built,” said David S. Bailey, founder. “They’re open, unique and are designed to fit a homeowner’s lifestyle.”
For more information, visit www.destinationhomes.com.
Local franchise honored
LAYTON — Spoon Me Frozen Yogurt, with a franchise location in Layton, was named to the Utah Entrepreneurial Forum’s “Top 25 Under Five,” which lists the top 25 companies with less than five years in existence.
“We’re excited to be named to the Top 25 Under Five and feel it is a tremendous validation to our brand, philosophy and products,” said Ryan Combe, Spoon Me’s founder and CEO.
“We feel this is a great stepping stone to our success and future growth as we plan to expand within Utah as well as to other states across the nation.”
The frozen yogurt franchise won its award due to their profit, growth, equity funding, job creation and job quality, among other aspects judged by the Entrepreneurial Forum.
For more information, visit www.spoonme.com.
Restaurants line up for local event
LAYTON — Over 15 Davis County restaurants, neighbors and friends have already lined up for the 12th Annual “Taste of the Town” to be held Friday, July 24, from 4-7 p.m.
The event, sponsored by the Davis County Chamber of Commerce and Layton City, will include food from North Davis County’s top restaurants and live music at the Layton Commons Park.
The event is free, however, in order to sample food a small fee must be paid for tickets.
For more information, visit www.davischamberofcommerce.com.